World Slate

World Slate
Mexico

Commentary by James Turnage For the people of a nearly forgotten nation, life is becoming intolerable. A corrupt government has allowed heavily armed drug cartels and simple thugs to control the country. The murder of...
Israel

The state of Israel was established in 1948. From then until now the United States has supported the nation in a virtually unconditional manner. Palestinian complaints about Israel’s continual annexation of land in the...
Kim Jong-un

The Korean Conflict ended in July of 1953. The battle lasted for over three years, but the war has not yet ended. Family members have been separated and tension remains between the North and...
palestinian

The world’s attention will once again be focused on the Gaza Strip, Israel, and the Palestinians in the next few days. All 22 Arab nations have agreed to support a Palestinian State. A resolution...
AirAsia

AirAsia's mysterious disappearing airbus bears the onus of being the third ill-fated flight in the region of Malaysia in 2014 and the second to mysteriously disappear, so far without a trace, sparking comparisons to...
Kim Jong-un

The continued exchange between the United States and North Korea over the alleged hacking of Sony Pictures in response to its movie ‘The Interview,’ has become an embarrassment for a small and insignificant nation....
Turkey

Tayyip Erdogan was elected in 2014 as the President of Turkey. Although he is extremely unpopular with the majority of the nation’s people, he managed to become the first president selected in a general...
MH370

A French report claims that Malaysian Airlines flight 370 may have been a victim of the fear of terrorism by the United States. Is there any credibility to this claim by a former French...
Hollywood

Commentary by James Turnage Movies have long been at the forefront of exposing situations of immorality and injustice, and revealing crimes unreported by the media such as domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse. Movies...
putin

Despite what can fairly be called a tough ending to 2014, Vladimir Putin has been voted Russia's "Man of the Year" via a Public Opinion Foundation poll. 1,500 people voted in the Russian foundation's...
Cuba

If you are a member of the TEA Party or a true Republican, your assertion is that anything President Obama does is bad for the country. If he turned sand into gold, he would...
Sydney

The hostage situation in Sydney, Australia, concluded overnight, but it remains international news as details filter through and the events of yesterday are given a complete context. The initial fear was that this was...
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